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Royal Victoria Place in Tunbridge Wells will unveil 3D plans for £70m improvements

Residents and shoppers are invited to view proposals for a £70m investment in Tunbridge Wells.

Royal Victoria Place (RVP) shopping centre has submitted a planning application for a series of major improvements including a state of the art cinema, larger stores and more restaurants.

A large-scale architectural model of the proposed plans will be launched at the centre today.

An artist's impression of what the development will look like
An artist's impression of what the development will look like

The corner of Calverley Road and Camden Road will be redeveloped with high quality new buildings and a new entrance.

The former Friendly Society building on Camden Road will be totally refurbished, keeping its original features.

A cinema is planned to be constructed above the new stores and new family restaurants and cafes will further enhance the town centre.

New shops and a cinema will be built
New shops and a cinema will be built

Nicky Blanchard, centre manager, said: “We want Royal Victoria Place to be an exciting daytime and evening destination by extending the offer and improving the experience for everyone who visits.

“This large-scale model gives people a chance to see how the proposals could look first-hand. We hope as many residents and shoppers as possible will be able to come along and find out more about our exciting plans.”

The model will go on public display from 1pm today. It will be located in the 'Our Vision' unit opposite Smiggle close to the Fiveways entrance of RVP.

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